Today’s Newsbytes is sure to be interesting. Let’s get to it But first, if you do the Facebook thing, I updated the album for Arcade/Pinball cabinets the other day. There are some additions a few of you might be interested in.
The Halo Fireteam Raven Cabinet
While the location test is still a couple to few weeks away, there is at least one complete cabinet out there. Here is what it looks like – two environmental cabinets linked to the other at a slight angle. I’m curious to know if the “11’x11’x11′” measurements that were mentioned on the Inside Xbox interview are precise but either way, this is a beast that will take up a lot of space. From the looks of it, they decided to do the angling so that users could enter into the machine from both sides (and that also helps against the “den of iniquity” that environmental cabs sometimes have a little reputation for):
Halo Nerds Rejoice!https://t.co/x66flB3ohL pic.twitter.com/1bvm6PRkQq
— NanoTech (@NanoTechDNB) May 18, 2018
And since this is related to Raw Thrills, after 1 week of operation, my new TMNT game is doing very well. With how it has done, it is putting to bed (so far) the notion that beat’em ups or joystick controlled games ‘can’t make it’ in today’s market. Granted, whichever game goes this path needs the right hardware/software design and the license helps.
Strania EX Coming Exclusively To EXA; M2 Joins As A Developer
We’ve got some Exa-Arcadia news to share as well. First, it has been known that Japanese developer G.Rev has been a part of the 3rd party (or perhaps it should be considered 2nd party in this case?) support for the upcoming EXA board and today their first game for it was announced. Strania EX will be the “ultimate edition” of the game, which version will